Immediate Prohibition on the Use of Missile Xtreme Sulkies

16 December 2021

Harness Racing Australia (HRA) have received a Report from independent engineering consultants, Human Impact Engineering (HIE), who investigated and inspected a recent incident involving a Dux In Brisbane, Missile Xtreme Sulky.

Subsequently, the use of all Missile Xtreme Sulkies, for any purpose, is immediately prohibited until further notice.

HRA will oversee the work of the manufacturer, Mr Michael Dux, from Dux in Brisbane, and the engineers while reliability and suitability testing continue before any further decision is made regarding their use.

The quick inspection guide for this sulky is found here:

For further information, please contact Andrew Kelly on 03 9227 3000.


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